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  • Blog Post: Costing Error Detection and Data Correction white paper - updated for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

    The Costing Error Detection and Data Correction white paper and report has been updated for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 and 2013 R2. The Costing Error Detection and Data Correction white paper discusses common inventory costing issues and how you can correct erroneous data after inventory costing...
  • Blog Post: Simulation of Average Cost Calculation

    When using Average Costing method it’s sometimes difficult to interpret the assigned costs of an outbound entry. In the scenario below there is process description for simulating the average cost calculation. This is often used when investigating costing issues related to the average costing...
  • Blog Post: Costing Error Detection and Data Correction White Paper for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

    A new Costing Error and Data Correction white paper and a Costing Error Detection report have been released on PartnerSource and CustomerSource. The Costing Error Detection and Data Correction white paper discusses common inventory costing issues and how you can correct erroneous data after inventory...
  • Blog Post: Post – Apply – From Item Entry Application Across Locations

    The following blog post is to provide guidance for users of the Inventory costing functionality within Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The specific article is designed for providing guidance that you are able to use Appl. – from Item Entry to create an Item Entry Application across locations. This feature...
  • Blog Post: How to Credit a Purchase Containing an Item Charge

    The following blog post is to provide guidance for users of the Inventory costing functionality within Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The specific article is designed for providing guidance when a Purchase Return/Credit Memo is processed where the original Purchase includes Item Charge lines for freight or...
  • Blog Post: Using Standard Costs on an SKU (Stockkeeping Unit)

    Currently, the standard cost is only SKU specific for purchased Items. In order to calculate manufacturing variances it is necessary to have the following fields, which are only present on the Item Card: Single-Level Material Cost, Single-Level Capacity Cost, Single-Level Subcontrd. Cost, Single-Level...
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